Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote this poem, "The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls," in the 19th century, giving it an artistic expression. Henry wrote this poem about the recurring cycle of life. But how does the theme of "the tide...
Introduction The Langston Hughes poem “I, too,” was originally published in 1940 and addresses the topic of racism in America. The poem's first stanza begins with the phrase I, too, sing America and then continues on to describe life as...
The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe, a phenomenal American writer, and poet, is a heart-wrenching tale of a psychopath. First published in 1843, the story focuses on inner psychological concerns and drastic impacts on humanity. While unfolding the phenomenon...
Introduction The term postmodernism can be difficult to define. That's because it emerged from modernism, and the two are often used interchangeably in literature discussions, criticism, and analysis. Postmodernism encompasses the use of techniques that were pioneered by modernist authors,...
Introduction Reading literary criticism can help us learn new perspectives on our favourite books. Also, it gives us new insights into the works of lesser-known authors we just discovered. Citing a literary criticism can seem like an intimidating task. But,...
Introduction William Shakespeare famously created masterpieces like Hamlet and Macbeth. His works brought him unmatchable glory and fame. Although the world knows him well because of his literary efforts, yet a few may know about his family and, most notably, about his son....

Who influenced T. S Eliot?

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TS Elliot TS Eliot was a British poet, essayist, literary critic and playwright famous for the poetry in The Waste Land and Four Quartets. He is considered one of the major poets of the 20th century. Also, he is widely acclaimed as a...
Introduction Russian Formalism is an influential literary theory that pays particular attention to the form and structure of works, rather than the author’s background or other external factors. As a student of literature, it can be helpful to understand what...
Introduction Many spiritual scholars and writers use the metaphor of light and reflection in their writings and sayings, giving various examples of illuminated and virtuous people. Their writings beautifully defined ways how we can trace the light that connect us...
William Shakespeare was an extremely famous and influential playwright in his time. His works continue to be known and read in the present day. In fact, people still quote him on a regular basis without even realizing it! While...
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